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Diana L. Eck and Rakesh Khurana make a grand entrance into the Science Center Plaza for the performance “Swan Lake: For the Birds!” as part of the Arts First festival on Saturday.
Lilly Riveron ’17, who danced the role of the Swan, performs a short solo after she finds her true love, the Prince, played by Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana.
The Performance Fair opened with a ballet called “Swan Lake: For the Birds!” based on Tchaikovsky’s work which featured Hasty Pudding Theatricals as well as distinguished administrators and faculty.
Collaboration as Modern Narrative: A Conversation with Members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum
Cherie Z. Hu reflects on the goals of "artistic matchmaking" by investigating an upcoming example of artistic collaboration.
Maria and Lai begin to discuss what Lai's revelation means for their relationship.
“‘Endgame’ seemed too good to be true for the college setting,” director Paris K. Ellsworth '15 says, highlighting the play’s absurdist, irreverent humor. The 80-minute one-act play will run May 1-9 in the Loeb Experimental Theater.
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Company’s production of “Bachelorette,” which runs April 24 to May 5 in Farkas Hall, features evocative performances by a polished cast that tell a story far deeper than that of a mere bachelorette party.
Charged with heart-wrenching emotion and earnest appreciation for the wonder of life, “Middletown,” which runs April 24 to May 2 on the Loeb mainstage, excels both as an engaging production and as a broadly resonant contemplation of humanity itself.
Matthew Battles talks about similarities in poetic style between works of different epochs as part of "re-verse: A Participatory Evening of Poetry." The event engaged with the metaLAB @ Harvard, an interdisciplinary teaching unit, and was part of the week-long Harvard LITFest.
Matthew Weiner, creator of the AMC drama series Mad Men, discusses his techniques and experiences working in television as part of Harvard LITFest Monday evening.
Fabrizio Gifuni performs Gadda Goes to War in the Science Center Monday evening. The performance was the final event in a three day series sponsored by The Lauro De Bosis Foundation and Tony Crolla, Vittoria Group Edinburgh.